Heaters create warmth and a great ambience
Heaters are an indispensable part of outdoor life – whether you want to enjoy yourself on the patio, or when you are having an ado inside a marquee or other kind of party tent. We offer a wide assortment of high-quality heaters with various features depending on what you want. We have hanging heaters for the marquee, freestanding heaters for the patio or inside a gazebo, or fan heaters for warmth and circulation. The common denominator for our various heaters is that they are high quality and very efficient to produce some pleasant warmth and help to create a special ambience being it on the patio or inside a marquee.
Electric patio heaters in many shapes and sizes
We offer a wider range of high-quality heaters – from the free-standing patio heaters either high or low to patio heaters for mounting on a wall, hanging heaters for the patio and marquee, and fan heaters for marquees, gazebos, greenhouses, and more. In short, a wide range of high-quality heaters to provide a pleasant warmth for everyday life as well as for various events.
Various types of heaters
All our various patio heaters are electric as they are flexible, efficient, and easy to use. They all provide a pleasant heat at a low cost and it is up to you to select the best heater for your need and purpose. You can choose from infrared heaters, halogen heaters, quartz and carbon heaters. Please note that many of our various patio heaters have a remote control for easy use. Here you can read more about the various types of patio heaters we offer:
Infrared Patio Heaters
Infrared patio heaters operate in the infrared spectrum between 9–14 micron metres. Unlike the harmful ultraviolet rays produced by the sun, this is a specific range that poses no health risks. It is electromagnetic waves causing molecules to oscillate and release energy, which we experience as heat. The energy from an infrared heater is absorbed by people and furniture so no energy is wasted trying to heat up the surrounding air like we know it from traditional oil and gas heaters. That is why you can rest assured that your infrared patio heater will generate instant warmth whenever it is required. The infrared heater does not use a huge amount of energy and by not using oil or gas, you can minimise the emission of harmful carbon dioxide into the environment.
Did you know?
Halogen heaters, carbon and quartz heaters all give off near infrared radiation. This is a shortwave form of infrared which produces a bright glow and an intense heat. Halogen, quartz, and carbon refer to the materials used and not for the kind of heat the heater produces.
Halogen Patio Heaters
Halogen patio heaters are in many ways very similar to infrared heaters. They are electric, quick to heat-up, emit energy in more or less the same way and generate no harmful emissions. Most halogen patio heaters will also radiate their energy primarily in the infrared spectrum. In comparison with infrared heaters, halogen heaters provide a stronger light, so you can say that they use some of the energy on light making them a little less energy-effective. Halogen lamps are so named because halogen gases are used to extend the lifespan and increase the brightness of light bulbs. In short, halogen heaters produce warmth and light and will make the patio very cosy when it is getting cold at night.
Quartz Patio Heaters
Our quartz patio heaters are also perfect for creating a pleasant warmth on the patio and more when you need to create a cosy place in the evening and more. The quartz refers to the material used for the heating source but the heater itself is very similar to our infrared heaters emitting a pleasant heat with a minimum of energy consumption.
Carbon fibre Heaters
Carbon fibres in your patio heater create a pleasant infrared heat. To confuse matters even more, a quartz bulb is often used to house the carbon. Using carbon fibres provide instant heating thanks to the excellent electrical and thermal conducting performance of carbon fibre with almost no loss of heat during the transfer from electricity to heat.
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